The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs is seeking to fill four new positions. To assist with fulfilling the pledge made in our 2020 Race and Equity Statement, the division is adding a full-time (contractual) leader for DEAI (diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion) and three part-time inclusive-history researchers. The leader for DEAI will be a member of the division’s leadership team. The researchers will work closely with the leader for DEAI and other staff across multiple teams. These positions are open until filled and interviews will occur on a rolling basis. Please click on the links below for details on each position.

  • Inclusive researcher, division-wide Filled

Engagement and Collections Manager: The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs seeks an in innovative team manager to lead the engagement of the state’s collections through programs and interpretation, and the management of the historical and archaeological collection related to Delaware history. The team identifies and prioritizes opportunities to preserve and share Delaware’s cultural history and resources. For additional information on this position please utilize this link .

Museum/Historic Site Interpreter – John Dickinson Plantation: The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs (Department of State), seeks an enthusiastic and experienced individual to interpret history, interact with the public, and conduct historical demonstrations at the John Dickinson Plantation. This part-time position works with other interpreters and is responsible for interacting with the public, programming and social media support, research, and daily historic site operations. For more information please click on this link .

Current listings and applications for most State of Delaware jobs are available at the Delaware Employment Link. Unless otherwise specified, a State of Delaware application is required for all State positions.

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